A United Kingdom based Social Worker, Mr Pius Alile has said one of the way Nigeria can overcome it developmental challenges was to empower communities, rather than individuals.
The Nigerian Textile Manufacturers Association (NTMA) has urged the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to expedite the release of the pending N50 billion intervention fund to Cotton, Textile and Garment manufacturers.
Around 200,000 liters of crude oil spilled onto First Nations land in Saskatchewan days ago, with the leak only becoming apparent later. The pipeline has now been shut down, and an investigation launched.
Britain’s Supreme Court has ruled Parliament has the right to vote on Article 50 before it is triggered by the prime minister. The decision marks a serious blow for the Conservative government, which had sought to bypass the legislature.
Australia and New Zealand said on Tuesday they hope to salvage the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) by encouraging China and other Asian nations to join the trade pact.
James Hogan will stand down as group chief executive officer of Etihad Airways as the Abu Dhabi-based company struggles with mounting losses from its investments in Air Berlin Plc and Alitalia SpA.
Dubai International Airport predicted passenger growth this year will be the slowest in a decade, underscoring the challenges facing the aviation industry in the region after years of aggressive expansion.
It only took a few cold weeks to break Europe free from its three-year-long energy glut. From Houston to Oslo and Moscow, companies that sell natural gas have seen sales and exports surge at the start of the year as Europe scrambles to secure enough supplies to manage the harsh weather. After forecasts for a...
Gambia’s central bank deposits are “intact”, a spokesman for President Adama Barrow said on Monday, a day after the new leader had said there was no money left in the state coffers.
Nigeria will continue to work together with other African countries to ensure that the African Union becomes a stronger and more robust organisation for the benefit of the continent and its people, the Vice President of Africa’s biggest economy, Yemi Osinbajo, has said.